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Perseverance, Success and You!
July 13, 2012 @ 01:27 PM | By Tonya Hottmann

Resilience is a practice, not a personality trait. In both our business and personal lives, it is commonly believed that “pain instructs, failures are lessons-learned and crisis drives action”. When crisis hits, perseverance is required to bounce back. Success is no mere achievement; it is a triumph whereby the victor emerges richer and stronger because of battle.

Join Brian Patrick Jensen, on Wednesday, July 18, at 1:00 PM eastern for a free webinar as he explains the dynamics of perseverance and how you can apply them in order to triumph when the going gets tough.

During this hour long webinar, you will learn:

  • How to choose to persevere and why some people are more resilient than others.
  • "Five Things Resilient People Do" and how to apply them
  • Exercises that you can apply to your own challenges
  • How to access free additional resources and online essays

Register Now

About our Speaker:
Brian Patrick Jensen is a business leader, writer and passionate orator. He is a successful human resources and corporate communications executive, training consultant and college lecturer renowned throughout his career for his spirited presentations and straight-talk. In 2010 Brian suffered sudden and profound hearing loss; and he is now deaf. His signature public speaking service and namesake blog--BrianPatrickJensen.com--was launched in July 2011 and has already inspired thousands

Tonya Hottmann imageTonya Hottmann is the director of marketing at InterCall, responsible for small business marketing. Before joining InterCall, Tonya ran a boutique marketing consulting firm for 10 years. An avid baseball fan, she enjoys reading, traveling, exercising and spending summer days at the beach.

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